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SE and East Anglia general weather discussion 26/03/2018 onwards

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3 minutes ago, Jimmyh said:

got to say anyone reported this central London is very dark now by the barbican centre.... is this the start

Can see that cell from here producing lightning occasionally  . Just missed us here , but it only seems a matter of time now .

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What's just hit the south south east of Brighton looks tasty!

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thunder and lightning here and the cat is lying on the garden lawn

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well I just witnessed something new.. Lightning hitting a plane.. My word the bang

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12 minutes ago, interested & confused said:

Here in Ashford, so far, it looks as if the storms will pass either side of us *sigh*

Noooo :) The storms will expand eastward and slowly push over later. Best guess - 7pm.

Watch the area of storms north of Paris. This will merge with everything further west and push up NE.

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1 minute ago, Surrey said:

well I just witnessed something new.. Lightning hitting a plane.. My word the bang

I’m just watching the planes going into Heathrow from Wimbledon? Where did you see this? 

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At last, rain 

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1 minute ago, yamkin said:

At last, rain 🌨🌨

With a bit of snow over Croydon?

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8 minutes ago, Mark said:

What's just hit the south south east of Brighton looks tasty!

Steady rain along the coast in Shoreham, but no thunder...

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Still no rain here in East London but very dark out there. It's got to happen some time soon right 😕 

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3 minutes ago, John Hodgson said:

I’m just watching the planes going into Heathrow from Wimbledon? Where did you see this? 

I see them coming out on my side I was standing with my mum and girlfriend at the park and now there are no planes.. Then a second one went over and as it went over there was more lightning.. Coincidence? I don't know 

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1 minute ago, Surrey said:

I see them coming out on my side I was standing with my mum and girlfriend at the park and now there are no planes.. Then a second one went over and as it went over there was more lightning.. Coincidence? I don't know 

An aircraft moving through the air can help trigger it. 

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2 minutes ago, Djdazzle said:

Meanwhile, reports of Tibenham at 36.2C?

Sounds plausible.  UEA weather station has shown 33-34 all afternoon - 33.1C now.

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currently no storms in the immediate area but heard a deep rumble

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4 minutes ago, danm said:

With a bit of snow over Croydon?

 😁

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Just now, warrenb said:

Starting to get rumbles here now

Dodgy curry? 😂😂😂😜

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T-storms just to the west of me at the moment!

 

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Distant thunder off to the south west and about ten spots of rain so far... I'll take it! 

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1 minute ago, Djdazzle said:

Dodgy curry? 😂😂😂😜

Probably

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